Dalley and Porter end their careers with conference honors, Ford begins career with one.
With a two-goal lead, the Utes hold off late charge by the Buffaloes while playing a man down the final eight minutes
Utes say farewell to four on Senior Night.
2010: Finished second on the team in goals scored (3), points (7), shots (36) and shots on goal (14) ... scored twice on the road at TCU, erasing a 2-1 deficit and forceing overtime, then notching the game-winner in the extra frame ... had an assist in the win at Weber State ... team captain ... appeared in 13 games, making 10 starts ... season was shortened due to injury ... earned her third Academic All-MWC award ... one of 17 Utes named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
2009: Overcame injuries to earn first-team All-MWC honors ... named to MWC All-Tournament team with two goals at the event ... Utah's leading scorer with nine goals ... tied for the team lead with three game-winning strikes ... tallied her first career game-winner against Princeton, helping coach Manning notch his 100th career victory ... had one multiple-goal game, scoring twice against Air Force ... ranked second on the squad in points with 18 ... took 28 shots, putting 17 on goal ... played in 20 games, making 14 starts ... named Academic All-MWC and earned third consecutive MWC Scholar-Athlete award.
2008: Redshirted due to a knee injury ... returned to full action in the spring exhibition season, scoring three goals ... named an MWC Scholar-Athlete for the second straight year.
2007: Scored three goals and added one assist for seven points ... started all 20 games she played in as a freshman ... scored her first career goal in the Utes' 2-0 win against Oregon ... also tallied goals against Boise State and Utah Valley, scoring in back-to-back games ... named to the Academic All-Mountain West Conference team and selected as a 2008 MWC Scholar-Athlete.
High School/Club: Two-time first-team all-state selection as a junior and senior at Viewmont High School ... named second-team all-state as a sophomore in 2004 ... led Viewmont in goals scored for three consecutive seasons ... led squad in assists in 2004 and 2006 ... finished senior season as No. 2 scorer in Utah class 5A with 29 goals and nine assists ... named area MVP by Davis County Clipper as a junior in 2005 ... scored 75 goals and had 19 assists during her high school career ... played for Russell Godfrey and former Ute Missy Dennis ... also a standout basketball player and track and field athlete ... Region IV ODP Camp participant in 2005 ... played for the Utah Women's Select team, which won the USASA Region IV Select Team Championship and advanced to the George F. Donnelly Cup Select Team National Finals.
Personal: Born on Sept. 22, 1988 ... daughter of Robert and Sharon Dalley ... played at Viewmont HS with former Utes Emalee Rogers and Mallory Mitamura ... all four siblings attended college at BYU ... accounting major.
Dalley's Career Statistics Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots Shot % SOG GWG 2007 20 20 3 1 7 34 .088 14 0 2008 Redshirted. 2009 20 14 9 0 18 28 .321 17 3 2010 13 10 3 1 7 36 .083 14 1 Totals 53 44 15 2 32 98 .153 45 4